AFP partners with Trakm8 and Altrad Services for Fleet Safety Culture webinar
A forthcoming webinar looking at how technology can engage drivers, increase efficiency and improve safety is to be run by Trakm8 and Altrad Services in partnership with the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP).
Going live on Thursday 21 January 2021, the webinar will highlight how the latest technology can be used to not only enhance the efficiency of fleets, but also to improve driver behaviour and pinpoint driver training needs.
Speaking at the one-hour event will be Peter Eldridge, director at the AFP, Chris Woods, head of enterprise sales at Trakm8 and Matthew Hammond, head of fleet at Altrad Services.
The webinar will feature a keynote presentation from Peter Eldridge, where he will discuss the broader requirements of risk management and the need for fleet operators to embrace it.
In addition, Matthew Hammond will explain how the utilisation of Trakm8 technology has enabled him to implement a culture of driver excellence across Altrad’s award winning fleet of 1,400 vehicles, significantly improving driver behaviour, as well as reducing incident rates and vehicle maintenance costs.
Chris Woods will also be on hand to discuss Trakm8’s technology, including multi-camera systems, driver feedback devices and route optimisation software, and how it can be used to benefit fleets.
Matthew Hammond said: “Altrad Services is delighted to continue our partnership with Trakm8 in delivering improved driver and safety standards across our fleet through the use of focused data and relevant technology, as well as working with the wider industry to deliver greater levels of road safety.
“The webinar, together with the AFP, will highlight the benefits of a connected fleet, from driver improvement to fleet management tools, allowing targeted campaigns to improve safety across fleets, along with reducing operating costs for businesses.”
Peter Eldridge said: “We are delighted to play an active part in supporting the fleet safety culture webinar. Engaging drivers to improve safety and increase efficiency is a key topic on the AFP agenda and we look forward to what will inevitably be an enjoyable and informative event.”
The webinar is open to all fleet industry professionals. To register for the event, please click here.